Letters, 1949-1951, written by Alex Galt Robinson, Harrods Creek, Kentucky to Earl Gregg Swem, Williamsburg, Virginia. The letters contain biographical material relating to the Galt and Craig families of Williamsburg. Includes references to Doctor William Craig Galt and Doctor Norborne Craig Galt, both of Louisville, Kentucky, Doctor John Minson Galt, Elizabeth Judith Galt, Alexander Dickie Galt and Alexander Craig.
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Earl Gregg Swem was born 29 December 1870 in Belle Plaine, Iowa. He graduated from Lafayette College (A.B. and A.M.) Swem worked as a high school instructor 1893-1900. He worked for the John Crerar Library, the Superintendent of Documents Library, the Armour Institute Library, was the chief of the cataloging division of the Copyright Office of the Library of Congress, assistant Virginia State Librarian, and Librarian for the College of William and Mary. Swem compiled about forty finding lists and bibliographies, was managing editor of the William and Mary Quarterly and supervised the production of the Virginia Historical Index. He died in Louisville, Ky., 14 April 1965. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .